In Me llamo Sofía, the children go to the park with maman. Luis sees a boy playing football. They quickly find out each other’s names and start to play together. What happens when Sofía wants to join in their game?
The story is told via speech bubbles and is a fabulous way of teaching children to say what their name is, to ask others what they are called, and to respond to ‘¿Qué tal?’.
As with all Luis y Sofía stories, there’s a twist at the end. Barbara Scanes, the author, says that she used her own children (who are now in their 20s!) as role models when thinking of what Luis and Sofía would do.
Written entirely in Spanish this original, fun story uses repetitive phrases and simple sentences to embed vocabulary and language structures, making it ideal for Spanish beginners.
With engaging, full colour pictures and simple language on every page, this book can be read to, by and with children of any age.
Children with early Spanish language skills will gain confidence, and develop their language skills, when they realise they are able to read and understand a storybook in Spanish.
An audio enhanced e-storybook of this story is available exclusively as part of the Learn Spanish with Luis y Sofía 1a Parte Starter Pack.